Whitelist

Von CoinGecko | Aktualisiert am Mar 03, 2020
In the context of the cryptocurrency industry, a trader will be placed in a whitelist after completing some form of KYC checks, which will allow the trader early access to a token sale event. Typically, traders wants to be placed in a whitelist as that puts them in a potential advantage as they can purchase the token prior to a public token sale at which the coin will be sold at a higher price to the public.

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Verwandte Begriffe

Liquidity
How easily a cryptocurrency can be bought and sold without impacting the overall market price.
Limit Order / Limit Buy / Limit Sell
Orders placed by traders to buy or sell a cryptocurrency when a certain price is reached
Validator
A block-signing participant of a Proof of Stake blockchain network, whom have significant tokens staked on the network.
Byzantine Generals’ Problem
A term used to describe the situation a single strategy which requires consensus from all members within a group who cannot be trusted or verified
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